Halloween is perhaps the best holiday to show whatspeakers can do.
Smart Home controls let you create a scary scene with lights and noises. The speaker can play haunted Halloween music. And the integrated voice of Google Assistant can keep you entertained with ghouls all night.
Whether you stay here or go out, here are seven Google Home Halloween treats that you can enjoy.
Turn your smart home into a home with spookiness.
If you've connected Smart Google Light to Google Assistant, say, "Okay, Google, let's get scary." This will start a one-hour playlist of scary sounds and music and your smart lights will flicker.
Perfect for a scary scene for kids ringing the doorbell.
Never miss a trick-or-treater
Your doorbell rings all night, but what if you do not always hear it? If you have an August Doorbell Cam Pro ($ 1
To set up, go to the Google Home app and then go to Settings > Home control . If you've already linked your August account, you'll need to unlink and relink it to enable this new feature.
Say, "OK, Google, Trick or Treat," to start a thriller game in which you enter a haunted house, eat sweets, and find out who stole it. It is perfect to inspire your children before they go to the trick or treat.
Learn About Monsters
Do you know when we started? Or what a banshee is? Ask Google to "share facts about monsters" to learn the origin stories of famous monsters in history.
Find a costume
Are you desperate to find a costume? Ask Google, "What should I be for Halloween?" You are asked a series of five somewhat obscure questions – such as "Do you regularly yell for a servant to bring you things?" – Google Assistant will give you a recommendation, including instructions for making the costume.
Play Halloween Music
If you want background music while you serve sweets, say, "OK, Google, play Halloween music." You'll see a playlist of Halloween music from YouTube.
You can work more accurately with "Hey, Google, Spotify Halloween music" while your Spotify account is connected to your Google Assistant account. The same goes for Pandora.
Funny Easter Eggs
Looking for more Halloween tricks? Try these Easter Eggs with Google Home:
"What does a werewolf sound like?"
"OK, Google, buh."
"Hey google, tell me a scary story."
"OK, Google, Happy Halloween."
Do you know where your children are?
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